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All in, the Canadian locations employ 340 people at its stores in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta. The chain set up shop north of the border in 2011 and at the time said it planned to expand to as many as 50 stores. But "the challenging Canadian retail environment, coupled with unfavourable exchange rates, prevented us from meeting the expectations we had when we entered the market in 2011," CEO David Kornbergsaid in a release. ANALYSIS: Why middle class retailers are dying a slow death In court filings, the company estimates it has lost $56 million US in Canada since it launched. The chain says it has "unsustainable operating costs" including being on the hook for $120 million in locked-in leases that aren't set to expire for another five to sevenyears, on average. Those costs "will only worsen in time as rents escalate," Express said. The company says it sold$34 millionUS worth of clothes in Canada last year, but failed to make any money, as the Canadian stores contributed a net loss of about $6 million US to the parent company's books this year alone. The company says it expects to accrue costs of up to $34million US related to closing its Canadian stores, although about half of that will be offset by tax writeoffs. Canadian retailers shutting down amid tough competition and a failure to adapt Store closing sales will begin later this month at all Express outlets in Canada. The chain says it will continue to offer salaries and benefits to all of its 340 employees in Canada until June 15 at least, and possibly longer. The chain reckons its customers in Canada have about $400,000 worth of outstanding gift cards, which Express plans to honour through its liquidation process. A series of retailers in Canada have fallen on tough timesin recent months, including BCBG , Aeropostale , Payless , American Apparel and Tip Top Tailors all of which cited dwindling sales in the face of increased online competition as a reason for their woes.
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to begin preparing foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner for the entire team and staff. (She notesD'Angelo Russell and Julius Randle as two players who have really taken to the team's nutritional approach.)The menu is homey: an omelet station and oatmeal for breakfast; roasted halibut and soup for lunch; and filet mignon over potato cakes or shrimp scampi for dinner. The only rules? No vegetable oil; all meats, dairy and fish are grass-fed or wild-caught; and no desserts or protein powders. For a treat, players get a custom-made kid's classic: grass-fed whole milk and organic dark cocoa powder. "If we can get athletes to think more like chefs," Shanahan says, "they will be nourishing themselves better and enjoying better food." Pot o' (liquid) gold A post shared by Sandra Padilla (@chefsandra) on Oct 8, 2015 at 9:25am PDT Good stock can improve overall health and aid recovery after workouts. The recipe may seem obvious, but chef Sandra Padilla has some distinctive recommendations. Ingredients: 2 to 3 pounds of bony organic, grass-fed chicken parts 2 to 4 chicken feet (optional) 6 quarts cold filtered water 1 tablespoon vinegar 1 large onion, coarsely chopped 2 carrots, chopped 3 celery stalks, coarsely chopped 10 springs thyme A post shared by Sandra Padilla (@chefsandra) on Jan 11, 2016 at 10:46am PST Directions: Place chicken in a large pot with water, vinegar and all vegetables except parsley. Bring to a boil and remove residue that rises to the top. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for six to eight hours. About 10 minutes before finishing the stock, add parsley.
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